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Resources

The UCSF Communicators Network has collected many resources to enable everyone to communicate effectively and efficiently. Review the following categories and check for additions below.

If you have a resource you would like to add, please contact us.

Announcements & Event Promotions
Brand Identity & Design Standards
Communications Policies & Guides
Conference & Meeting Resources
Consent Forms for Photography & Media
Content Production
Email Resources
Key Communicator Contacts
Photo & Image Sources
Photo & Video Tutorials
Presentation Resources
Social Media
Training Resources
Web Resources
Workflow & Time Management



Announcements & Event Promotions

(See also Email resources)
Deliver an announcement
Emergency notices by SMS or email
Kiosk on Medical Sciences 9

Brand Identity & Design Standards

Business Cards, Letterhead, Envelopes
Collateral
Color Palette
Display and Signage
Editorial Expression
Graphic Expression
Logos
Merchandise (coming soon)
Photography
PowerPoint
Social Media
Typography
Video Standards
Web Accessibility Resources
Website Standards
Working with Freelance Writers and Designers

Communications Policies & Guides

Copyright, Publishing, and Intellectual Property
Recordings policy summary
Using University communications tools

Conference & Meeting Resources

Classroom support (Educational Technology Services)
Conference rooms at UCSF
How to Organize a Presentation to the Communicators Group (PDF)
ITS audio, video and web conferencing options
ReadyTalk voice and web conferencing services

Consent Forms for Photography & Media

Consent form checklist (PDF)
Consent form FAQ (PDF)
Consent for photography / Authorization for Publication (PDF)
Media coverage guidelines

Content Production

Checklist for content work
Create a poster presentation
Getting started with podcasting
Photocopying
Writing for the Web

Email Resources

(See also Announcements & event promotions)
DOM email etiquette
LISTSERV email mailing list archives
LISTSERV email mailing lists
Tips for dealing with email overload

Key Communicator Contacts

Communicators Members List
Medical Center Web Services
University Relations (Public Affairs)

Photo & Image Sources

Anatomy images
Brand-Approved Photos
Cell Image Library
Documents, Media & Mail Photography
Free Images of People via World Images
iStockphoto: Low-cost, Good Selection of Stock Photos
Mt. Zion History
Portrait Shots of Clinical Faculty
Stock.xchng: Free or Low-cost Stock Photos
UC History Digital Archives
UC Office of the President Image Library (WebDAM)
UCSF Flickr Group (pls. give credit to copyright holders)
UCSF Historical Photos
UCSF Library's Finding and Using Images
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay photos
UCSF News & Media Photos
UCSF Web-based Digital Asset Management System (Web-DAM) Photo Repository
Visuals Online Free Medical Images
Wikipedia Commons: Free Images and Media

Photo & Video Tutorials

Digital Video: Edit Like a Pro
Digital video: interviewing techniques
Digital Video: Shoot Like a Pro
Getting started with podcasting
Online guide to finding, citing, and editing images
Photography Standards
Steps to taking a good portrait (PDF)
Taking portrait shots in available light (PDF)

Presentation Resources

Better Presenter Blog
Create a Poster Presentation
Powerpoint Standards & Template
Presentation Guidelines

Social Media

How to LiveTweet Scientific Conferences
Social Media as Part of Your Web Presence (PDF)
Social Media Marketing Strategy (PowerPoint presentation)
Social Media Page on Brand Portal
Twitter Basics (created by CTSI)

Training Resources

Better Presenter blog
Brand Training
Getting started with podcasting
Lynda.com — online software training
UC Oracles: Toastmasters Club of UCSF
UCSF Library Center for Knowledge Management class schedule

Web Resources

Checklist for Content Work
Communications with Drupal (PowerPoint presentation)
Web Accessibility Resources
Web Analytics (PowerPoint presentation)
Web Standards
Writing for the Web (PowerPoint presentation)

Workflow & Time Management

Randy Pausch's lecture on time management
Tips for dealing with email overload



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